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This combination of drivers and applications can be quite complicated to install; so Dell and Broadcom provide an InstallShield installer. Using the InstallShield installer simplifies the process since the installer takes care of the order of installation as well as ensuring the versions of all of the components match so that they cooperate well together.
The unique architecture of the Broadcom NetXtreme II drivers requires some specific steps to successfully complete installations, especially automated or unattended installations, which are different than previous drivers required. Both the NetXtreme I and NetXtreme II drivers are included in one installer package, along with the management apps, for convenience and version compatibility. Page 4 Dell Enterprise Server 3. The DSA contains all of the correct drivers Allied Telesis AT-VNC10S NDIS VBD Client supported devices in your system and sets up an unattended install, making the installation as smooth and easy as possible.
The DSA also provides replication services to deploy an operating system installation across multiple Allied Telesis AT-VNC10S NDIS VBD Client systems.
Please see the documentation provided with your DSA for further information. Using the Broadcom Installer for Automated Operating System Deployment The installer may be used to install the Broadcom drivers and management applications in conjunction with Windows unattended installation. This method should be used when the system does not require network access while the installation is running. The Broadcom installer, setup.
The SetupParams section of the unattended answer file contains one entry for running an additional command Allied Telesis AT-VNC10S NDIS VBD Client Windows Setup completes but before the final reboot of the installation. If more than one "UserExecute" line exists, only the first line is run and the rest are ignored. Running the Broadcom installer in this section will install all of the drivers for all of the supported Broadcom network devices in the system, all of the Broadcom management applications, and the Broadcom intermediate driver teaming driver.
The system will then reboot and present the first login prompt of the newly installed operating system. Using this method requires that any non-default network settings, such as static IP addresses, be applied after the operating system is installed.
Network settings specified in the unattended answer file will not be applied to Broadcom network devices since the drivers for those devices would not be installed until the very end of Allied Telesis AT-VNC10S NDIS VBD Client Windows setup. Network settings can be applied manually after the operating system install or they can be applied in the same manner as the Broadcom installer is run, such Allied Telesis AT-VNC10S NDIS VBD Client using netset. SetupParams will only execute one command, but that command could be a batch file or script that calls more than one command.
To use the installer and apply network settings specified in the unattended answer file, the batch file or script could call the installer, and then call the Microsoft netset. To create a cmdlines. Add the following section to the cmdlines. Commands are executed serially, meaning that the next command is not executed until the previous is completed.
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In this manner, the Broadcom drivers and applications Allied Telesis AT-VNC10S NDIS VBD Client be installed, and then the network settings applied once that command is complete. The cmdlines. Joining a domain can be accomplished if the driver installation command and setting of the network parameters using netset. If the system being installed will use the default network settings and DHCP, only the driver installation need be specified in either of these sections to successfully join a domain as specified in the unattended answer file.
Page 6 Dell Enterprise Server 5. Those that use the unattended answer file can also use many different methods of identifying the network device that should receive specific network settings.
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Specifying Adapters for Network Settings The unique architecture of the Broadcom NetXtreme II devices presents some challenges to accomplishing unattended Allied Telesis AT-VNC10S NDIS VBD Client when using the bus, device, and function number of the network device to specify which device gets assigned which settings. Adaptern] section will not work because the network device is viewed by the operating system as a virtual device on a virtual bus.
Other methods are provided for identifying network devices as well as an alternate method for applying the network settings using netset. The various methods for identifying the adapters to match with their settings are below. See the Microsoft Windows Deployment Guide for more information on how to set up an unattended installation and for more information on how to use each of these methods, http: Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver.
This release provides updated network controller firmware for the Broadcom NetXtreme devices. When selecting a device driver update be sure to select the one that is appropriate for your operating system. I downloaded the latest drivers from QLogic who bought Broadcomm. Broadcom Windows Driver Downloads, Page 3. DriverGuide maintains the most extensive database of Windows drivers on the web.